be (someone's) call

(redirected from their call)
Like this video? Subscribe to our free daily email and get a new idiom video every day!

be (someone's) call

To be ultimately left up to someone to decide. I don't really care what movie we see—it's your call. I think we should use the extra money to invest in some new computer upgrades, but it's the boss's call in the end.
See also: call
References in periodicals archive ?
When callers pick up the receiver, it is doubtful they consider the millions of signals being routed through switching stations that their call is about to join.
More and more companies are hiring at-home agents for their call center operations because of the lower turnover, higher productivity, and better customer satisfaction," said Brian Silverman, president and CEO of Five9.
Through the official debut of Seratel, Transera helps organizations globalize, diversify and grow their call center operations to deliver exceptional customer care with no infrastructure investment required.
E[acute accent]According to Siegrist, relying on a proprietary peer to peer application for a pay per call solution is a sure fire way for advertisers to reduce their call through rate.
They are leading the way in leveraging their call volumes and large caller communities to win the desktop," said David Hofstatter, president and CEO of CallWave.
As part of the report, PGL talked with Directory Assistance customers about the factors that impacted their call satisfaction.
The custom classification features in SpeechMiner give our customers what they need to easily tailor SpeechMiner to fit their call center's quality procedures.
Network service providers that currently offer Surf & Call technology to their call center customers include Deutsche Telekom, TurkCell and Bezeq.
It's important for administrators in hospitals that operate call centers to realize that 25 percent of all their customers will contact their call center any given year, and a further 25 percent will make an inpatient or outpatient visit within twelve months after calling," Colby said.
Web-based browsers means managers can have a unified view of the activity in their call centers, including all contact types (chat, e-mail, VoIP, and regular telephone calls) from any browser on any PC with an Internet connection.
Once users have placed their call, they are able to continue surfing the Web to facilitate information gathering, entertainment or purchasing, without having to end their call.
Now with CallRex, companies can both record their calls and maintain secure call encryption to meet stringent security, legal and regulatory requirements.
We've leveraged our patented TeleBlock(R) Do Not Call platform to enable teleservices professionals to screen and block their calls against the wireless portability database," said Dean Garfinkel, Chairman of Call Compliance.
Members choose how they want to handle their calls using several pre-recorded responses, and can listen to voice mail messages that are left for them -- all without ending their online sessions.
Importantly, our `middle-box' technology prohibits callers and callees from determining whether their calls are being tapped, since the box is in the path of every call whether or not it is being wiretapped.